An Important Message from Yielders’ CEO To our valued customers, The stringent process by which we acquire assets contains a significant number of moving parts, involving many individuals whose jobs are considered by the government to be ‘non-essential’ such as … Continue reading COVID-19 UPDATE
Given the rather grim news that has hit the headlines over the past few weeks, you might be inclined to ask what this all means for Yielders and your investment. This post serves to give you the inside track on our view of things here at Yielders, as well as a reminder of the key fundamentals of our assets. The truth is, nobody knows exactly when the market will right itself, however we are almost certainly going to see a significant slowdown in global economic activity over the next few months. Nerves surrounding trade, geopolitics and supply chains are prompting … Continue reading Corona Volatility: How Might You Be Affected as a Yielders Investor?
Sometimes, our users ask us if they are able to use their credit cards to invest on our platform. Our sophisticated payments provider, MangoPay, is able to facilitate payment via three methods: debit card; bankwire transfer; and credit card. Our investors are free to use whichever method they like, however we would like to clarify our stance on using credit cards with us. We always do our best to discourage the use of interest-bearing products such as credit cards for a number of reasons. First, as an ethical investment platform, we take pride in offering competitive investment products that are entirely free from debt or … Continue reading Using a Credit Card with Yielders
Recent changes to student visa rules could significantly benefit investors in UK property, strengthening demand for an already highly subscribed asset class. The new rules mean that foreign students will have a two-year period in which to look for employment after receiving their diploma, able to seek employment in any number of the UK’s world-leading industries. The change applies to those starting courses beginning late next year. A number of educational consultancies in traditionally strong feeders of foreign students into the UK such as China and India[i] have reported a flood of enquiries about Undergraduate and Postgraduate applications, showing the UK … Continue reading Student Visa Changes and Demand for Student Property in the UK